A screenshot from the story map.

ASTORIA — Lewis and Clark National Historical Park recently released an interactive virtual map of the park at

The map brings the journey of the Corps of Discovery to life through a variety of sounds and other features.

The story map features images, interactive maps, recordings, journal quotes and a narrative focused on the park. The project was created through a partnership between the park and Jacob Job, a member of Colorado State University's Sound and Light Ecology Team.

The park recommends viewing the map on a web browser and listening with headphones.

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